Joseph Le Page

Joseph Le Page is the founder and director of Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT) and a pioneer in yoga therapy training programs. Since 1994, more than 3,000 students have participated in IYT programs, which draw on all facets of yoga, including asana, pranayama, mudra, meditation, guided imagery, and yoga nidra, along with group support and sharing as part of an integrated healing process. Joseph is also the founder and director of Enchanted Mountain Yoga Center in Brazil, which is one of the largest yoga centers in South America; it offers a complete curriculum in all aspects of yoga with a special focus on Ayurveda and yoga therapy. Joseph has a master’s degree in teaching and a background in Kripalu Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism. He has traveled extensively throughout the world.

Learn more about this presenter’s work:


  • Five Steps to Create a Yoga Therapy Program for Your Students

    Rather than offering a diagnosis and treatment, the yoga therapist creates a safe learning environment where the student can remember their own innate healing resources, says Joseph Le Page, founder of Integrative Yoga Therapy.

  • 3 Grounding Practices for Stress Relief

    If you are feeling ungrounded, frenetic, uneasy, anxious, thinking or feeling too much, then these three grounding practices from Jennifer Reis may be just what the yoga teacher ordered.

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